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Should I talk to my doctor about my laryngeal cancer symptoms?

Yes, you should talk to your doctor about your laryngeal cancer symptoms. If you have experienced hoarseness for 2 weeks or more, it is important that you check it out. The earlier that laryngeal cancer is diagnosed, the greater the possibility for recovery.

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